Carlson Brx7 Base and Rover Setup Reviews
@dooryardsurveyor I'm a surveyor in Maine as well (York County) and am looking at purchasing the BRX7 as a network rover. Would love to pick your brain about your experience so far. Can you PM me?
How do you find info on what signals a states RTN broadcasts? Curious if NC has L5 available yet.
You could give Bart Alligood a call at NCGS.
I purchased the Carlson BRx6+ base/rover a couple of years ago and have been very pleased with them. Has anybody seen any significant improvements between them and the 7?
There seems to be a lot of focus on whether a rover has L5 or not. Easy to overlook other multi-signal advances. Of course it is better to have it, but remember that L5 is only partially deployed (so far) in the GPS constellation. Whereas Galileo already has 3rd signals (and 4th and 5th depending on whether your particular gear supports them). Beidou has 3rd signal already. Almost without exception, new gear has L5 enabled, and you can take advantage of it when those particular sats are in view. But if you have multi-constellation, and particularly if it is one of the newer generation units that can mix and match sats and signals, you get a bigger boost than from the L5 factor alone. Just make sure your base/RTN can output those if you ever hope to use them on your rover.